Solutions to Make Better Decisions with Your Taxes and Money

“Candy Tax” – when Halloween becomes a delicious financial lesson

My shove into the world of taxation didn’t come after a quaint summer job as an awkward teen. Instead, I learned about taxes as a four-year-old girl on Halloween night.

Refunds delayed for some early filers this tax season

Are you among the many Americans who file your taxes early so you can get your refund sooner? If you claim the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) or Additional Child Tax Credit (ACTC) and expect to receive a refund, you’ll have to wait until after mid-February to get it.

7 Tax Filing Tips Parents Need to Know

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) offers many deductions and credits that benefit parents and other taxpayers who claim dependents. To take advantage of these tax breaks, here are seven tax filing tips you need to know.

7 Best Tax Deductions, Exemptions, and Credits for Families

While your children are young you have plenty of expenses. Fortunately, some of those expenses can directly or indirectly turn into deductions, exemptions or credits that may mean big savings on your tax bill. Take a look at the following tax benefits to see which ones could be beneficial for you.

Financially Preparing to be a Stay-at-Home Parent

Do you have plans to live on one income while you or your spouse stays home with the kids? This used to be commonplace, but now many households include two working parents. Interestingly though, stay-at-home parenting is no longer mainly women’s work.

Do I Have to Pay Nanny Tax?

Understanding taxes can be hard. And when it comes to hiring a household employee – like a nanny – navigating the system can get even tougher.